Interdisciplinary ABA Ethics and Systems Support

This course is designed to introduce you to the ethics of applied behavior analysis. You will apply principles of behavior analysis to train direct care workers (parents, teachers, aides, community care home workers, etc.) in community, school and home settings. You will be able to gain experience supervising and training this population at your work site. The course presents a useful body of knowledge and skills for anyone who will pursue a career working with others in the health, mental health, education or business fields. We will review behavior analytic principles from both basic and applied perspectives and the methods of research and technologies used in the field. Training staff, specific techniques of behavior change that can be used systemwide, and the ethical and legal standards under which behavior analysts work will be the main focus.

  • Dates: Mar. 20 – May 15, 2013, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Place: Science 2 Bldg., Room 320
  • Class No: 35845
  • Units: Three
  • Course: PSYCH 270T
  • Grading Option: Letter Grade
  • Fee: $975
  • Instructor: JonPaul Moschella, M.A.